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    Default Gone Fishing mail an key holder

    This is a model that Floyd an I did together. This was a fun project to design specially since my keys been missing quite a bit with Floyd. Here some renders of the 3d model and Floyds finished project can be seen here http://forum.carvewright.com/showthr...-Contest/page2 will put on my site in the next couple days
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    great project and it was a great carve too - well done

    Lawrence

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    Great project. There would never be keys attached if it hung in my house.

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    Really great project John, you have not lost the touch. For those that do not know, John is showing a render, thus the keys, envelopes, and hooks, are all done in 3d. Does it not look real? Exceptional job all around.
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    Great job to both of you! That should be a very popular Project on your site John.

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    Wonderful project John.

    Anything you have done before for me was always outstanding and this one is also.

    Very very nice.
    Happy Carving

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    are you selling this project if so where can I purchase it..being in a tourist town and being 5 mins from the gulf of mexico it would be great here!!!!... where did I put them keys?.....darnit...

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    Really super job, to both of you. The 3D effect is awesome. It will be well received for sure....
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    Quote Originally Posted by eelamb View Post
    Really great project John, you have not lost the touch. For those that do not know, John is showing a render, thus the keys, envelopes, and hooks, are all done in 3d. Does it not look real? Exceptional job all around.
    Eddie,

    You are dead on about John's modeling talents! His passion for fishing really comes out in his models and is only 2nd to his talents stream side!!
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    Thanks for the nice comments. Floyd's finishing jobnailed it. Pretty cool I went fishing with Floyd yesterday and he brought thefinished versions along - MAN they look great. Vey fun to see stuff you made upin your head then transferred to 3d and then to wood. I have the project listedfor sale on my site. The carve time is roughly 15 hours total for all piecesset to optimal. Overall dimensions of the finished product are roughly 16x22x2.I originally designed the project with .5 inch stock but Floyd and I changedthings things around so it is 3/4 stock for the top and rail pieces, 1"stock for the bottom piece with the rod. The back can be 1/4 inch plywood.

    Here is the link to the project http://www.carvepattern.com/en/43-tr...r-project.html

    And Floyd as far as my stream side talent..just trying to catch up to you. Next time were hiking..lol.
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